Young Essay

A competition for year 6 primary school children to complete an essay on a given subject.

Schools that participated

This year Young Essay competition was held in May.

Every Primary School in Dacorum was invited to participate in our Rotary Young Essay Competition for Year 6 pupils, that took place in May.

This year's topic was "A Day or a Week in the Life of a £5 Note".

Our Rotary markers said "We are always delighted and amazed by the quality of the essays and the imagination of the children".

Five schools took part:  Leverstock Green CofE Primary School, Lockers Park Preparatory School, Pixies Hill Primary School, Potten End CofE Primary School and Yewtree School.

1st Prize £35 voucher and a certificate was awarded to a pupil from Leverstock Green CofE Primary School

2nd Prize £25 voucher and a certificate was awarded to a pupil from Lockers Park

3rd Prize £15 voucher and a certificate was awarded to a pupil from Leverstock Green CofE Primary School

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